Unzip the .zip file you received when purchasing the plugin.
Installing via the WordPress admin panel
Installing via FTP
If you cannot install the plugin via the admin menu, you can upload the contents of easter-egg-hunt.zip to your website directly.
After installing you can find the Easter Egg Hunt settings page under Settings->Easter Egg Hunt
First, you need to create some new eggs. Click ‘New egg’ to select an image. Any image can be used, but will be constrained to a maximum of 64×64 pixels.
The plugins comes with a selection of egg images you can use; they are located in the .zip file.
After creating eggs, click the ‘Save Changes‘ button at the bottom of the screen. After saving, shortcodes will appear below each egg.
You can copy & paste these shortcodes in any post, page or widget on your website. Make sure all eggs are findable!
When a visitor finds an egg and clicks on it, a pop-up will appear. Showing a pop-up is optional, but this is a good way to let the visitor know he is making progress.
Similarly, when a visitor successfully finds all the eggs, a pop-up will appear. This is a good place to put a coupon for a shop, a secret message or other prize for the visitor.
You can edit the title and text in the pop-ups by clicking on them. Pro tip: you can use [eggs_found] to display the total number of eggs the visitor has found.
If you want, you can redirect the visitor to a page or URL after successfully finding all the eggs. This happens after the pop-up is shown.
Found eggs are stored in browser cookies. You can reset all found eggs so that the visitor has to find them again. This is useful after removing eggs so you can be sure deleted eggs are not counted.
WordPress 3.5 or higher
Egg images used with license from http://www.pixeden.com